The lesser-known brands have certainly proved themselves this campaign season, generating almost the same amount of interest in our forums as the likes of Gucci and Miu Miu. In an attempt to gain some press, Miss Sixty brought out the big guns and tapped photographers Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott to lens its Fall 2015 campaign. The Italian fashion brand also enlisted the modeling expertise of Natalia Vodianova to showcase its latest offering with Edward Enninful on styling duties. Unfortunately, not even some of the best talents in the industry could save Miss Sixty’s campaign from a disastrous outcome.
“Miss Sixty Years Old, here you are! This campaign would be good without Natalia and with different clothes. That denim dress is just so ugly and Natalia looks as fake as a badly made doll with Botox in every part of her body, but I’m used to it after tons of creepy Stella McCartney campaigns with her,” commented an uninterested perhydrol.
“Boring to death…” simply stated burbuja8910.
Also left horrified was madzedre: “Mert and Marcus the downfall… So sad.”
“I was expecting more. When was the last time there was a Miss Sixty ad? And this is what they deliver?” TREVOFASHIONISTO asked in disappointment.
Benn98 certainly wasn’t showing much enthusiasm, either: “Why won’t they get rid of that horrible logo? It cheapens everything. Everything works except the clothes. Who on earth will wear that denim dress? A millennial with an old-school Britney Spears fixation??”
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